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Closing Keynote – Implementing Scrum With VS 2010

Speaker:

Todd Girvin

Abstract:

Scrum teams often discover that sticky note Scrum boards is a fun, functional, and low cost way to track and broadcast the state of a Scrum project. There are some good reasons to store Scrum data electronically: to share/sync project state with multiple boards/locations, simplify reporting, change notifications, and enable historical data mining. In this session we will look at the various options available to TFS users to manage their Scrum projects. We will discuss the Visual Studio Scrum 1.0 process template, Urban Turtle scrum board, Telerik Team Pulse, and EMC TFS Workbench.

Bio:

As Vice President of Improving Enterprises, Mr. Girvin leads the Microsoft Technology Practice and is a Principal Technology Consultant. Mr. Girvin co-founded Improving Enterprises in August, 2004. As a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), and Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD), he contributes to the technical direction of the company and to the developer community at large by co-organizing the Dallas C# SIG, consulting with customers, and discussing technology and team solutions to anyone who will listen.

Recorded At:

AgileDotNet Houston (http://www.agiledotnet.com/houston-2011/)

Hosted by:

Improving Enterprises (http://www.improvingenterprises.com/)

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